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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 5, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, and General ;Advertifer. NvMB.2 793- WEDNESDAY, Octob e r 5, 1743. Deal, Oftober 4. HIS Morning failed to the Northward the Salamander Bomb. Came down and faii'd Halfey and Sutler, for Liverpool. Arrived the South'River Merchant, Hall, from Maryland; and a Ship from' ; Defign, by Virtue of the Match between: the PriiicefsLouiTa, and the' Prince Royal of Denmark, which they tell us,: will prove a great Prop to the Proteftant Caufe. Letters from Peterfbourg fay, that her Imperial Majefty has lately declared her Intention of going to Mofcow the latter End of November, or the Beginning of December ; and it is fuppofed, that the Foreign Mihilters will follow her Majefty thither. They write from Lifbon, that his Pbttuguefe Majefty fet out for the Baths the 19th of laft Month l and as he is better now than he has been fince his firft Seizure, the Court flatter themfelves his Majefty will receive great Benefit from this Journey. By Letters from Spire, dated Sept. 23, O.S. fay, that the Morning before a Detachment of izco Cavalry, and as many Foot, were commanded to Gemmerfileim, in order to cover the Peafants from the adjacent Villages, who were employ'd in demolishing the Lines that were lately raifed by the French upon the Queiche, and the faid Lines were accordingly demolifhed in the Evening, which his Majefty went himfelf to fee compleated : And the next Morning the faid Detachment returned to the Camp at Spire." They write from Hamburgh, that Prince Auguftus of Hol-ftein is an i red there from Stralfund, where his Royal High-nefs the Duke Adminiftrator .had embarked the 27th paft, N.S. with the Senators Lowen and Wrangel, and accompanied by Count Sparre and the young Count Taube, &c. for Wittauport, to pafs from thence on board a Yacht called the Flygarn, which waited there for that purpofe, direftly to Sweden. The Admiral Count Taube was at Sea with feveral Men of War, polled at a Place^ called Perth off the ffland of Bornholm, from whencethe Piibce would be attended by the .SwediQr Convoy; The "Ceremony of pre-fenting the'Prince Auguftus with the Order of St. Andrew, in the Name of the Czarina, was to be perform'd by the. Chamberlain Korff on the 3d Inftane. On Monday Night laft about 10 o'Clock, Mr. Parker one of his Majefty's Meflengers. arrived at his Grace the Duke of Newcaftle's Office, from Holland, with �)if-patches, as'tis faid, of great Importance. We-hear that his Majefty is fet out from the Army for Hanover ; and that as foon as he arrives there, attExprefs will be difpatched for the Princefs Louifa to attend his Majefty at Hanover. Yeflerday Morning died, at his Seat at Peterfham in Surry, his Grace John Duke of Argyle and Greenwich; whofe high Worth we (hall not attempt to Defcribe. On Monday laft died at Clapham, after an Iljnefs of feveral Years, Robert Payne Barnard, Efqj a Gentleman of considerable Fortune. The fame Night died at Hackney, Mrs. Ball, Wife of Benjamin Ball, Efq; an eminent Merchant. Yeflerday was landed at the Cuftom-houfe, from on board the St. John Evangelift, Wittegrove, from Hamburgh, the Corpfe of Mr. Green, a young Gentleman of great Fortune, who died lately in that City : The Body was laid in a Leaden Coffin, inclofed in a very beautiful one made of Wood, cover'd with Black, and adorn'd with Plates, Hafps, Handles, and Nails of Copper, of curious Workmanfhip; wafh'd with"Silver: In order to prevent it receiving any Damage in the Paffage, this Coffin was put intoa Wainfcot one, which was cover'd with one of thick Sheet Lead, and all of them inclofed in a Wooden Cafe; fo that when it was landed, it was perhaps the largeft thing of the kind ever feen.-We hear he is to be carried out of Town this Day, in order to his being interr'd in the Burial PJace of the Family in Suffolk. Yeflerday Morning Mr. Henry Carey, well known to the Moficd World for his Drole Compofitions, got out of Bed from his Wife, at his Houfe in Cold-Bath Fields, in perfect Health, and was foon after found dead.-He haj left Six Children behind him. On Monday laft the Lady of the Rev. Mr. George WhLfield was fafely delivered of a Son, at his Houfe in Hoxton, to the great Joy of the Faithful. On Monday Night the Shop of Mr. Bly, a Watchmaker in Ruf&l-Court, was broke open, and robb'd of fome valuable Things, and the Rogues-made off undifcover'd. On Monday Morning lalt one John Nefbitt, a Centinel on Guard at KingVStair, at the Tower-Wharf, war found drowned near the faid Place. High Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 39 Minutes after 1. vBank Stock 148 1 half. India Ditto 188 3 8ths a 190. 'South Sea Stock m 14th a r half. Ditto Old Annur-; ties ny 3 8ths. Ditto New 113 5 8ths a 3 4ths. Three per Cerlt. Annuities 101 1 half a 3 8ths. Ditto 1742,. 101 1 half a 3 8ths. Ditto 1743, 99 j.Sihs a too. Million Bank 119. Equivalent in. Royal  AfTurance-8o. London AlTurance 11 7 8ths. ErigB/h Copper 4 1. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Jlmperor's Loan no; Price. Five per^Cent.' ditto no Price. New Bank. Cjr-' culation 2 1. 15 s. Prem. India Bonds 41, i 6s.. a 17 s.' Pn- Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr.; Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer. Orders -5 Pr.  Three per Cent. Ditto z Difc. Lottery Tickets ul. 9 s. D R U R Y-L A N By Bis Majefifs Company of Comediansy " * AT the Theatre-Royal In L>ury-Lanea To-morrow, wiJ] be prefented a Tragedj, eall'd ' " ' The OR P H A N 5 O R, The Unhappy Marriage. Acafto by Mr. Bridges; Caflalio,  by Mr. Dam's ; Polydpre, Mr. Giffard ; Chamant, Mr. Delane f Chaplain, Mr. Crb/s. Serina, Mrs.Ridout; FJorella, Mrs. Berinet; And the Part of Monimia.by Mrs. GIFFARD, (Being the firft Time of her appearing on that Stage thefe four Yean.) To whicti'-will be added a Farce of Tv Violatioo of Treaties, that they are no more than a neceffary Precaution the King of France has been forced to^take for the Security "ofhft Subjects j occafioned hy the late Conduit of his Britapoick Ma-jtfty, &e. > , Advertifmsn\s af a mderatt Length art taken infer this? apt? nt Tw Sbillings task ;